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to hear the answer. back in a moment. [fight bell: ding, ding] how many here are google users? what if i was to tell you that you would actually like bing way more than google when it came to the results? prove it. let's look up some taco places. i like the left side. yeah? okay, do we need to find out what the waves are like down at the beach? what side do you like better? i like the results on the right. i'm gonna go with the one on the left. oh! bing won! people prefer bing over google for the web's top searches. don't believe it? go to bingiton.com and see what you're missing. waiting for your wrinkle cream to work? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol formula. to visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles in just one week. neutrogena®. how did i know? well, i didn't really. see, i figured low testosterone would decrease my sex drive... but when i started losing energy and became moody... that's when i had an honest conversation with my doctor. we discussed all the symptoms... then he gave me some blood tests. showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number -- not j
of these partnerships, not fewer. google's founder eric schmidt recently visited north korea. we may need more such trips by more entrepreneurs like him. in the very short run, they do give the regime some credibility. but in the long run, capitalism and commerce are the acids of modernity that wear down dictatorships. >>> up next, how to create jobs in america. my discussion with the former treasury secretary larry summers. don't miss it.ef red search engine? search engine, uhh, probably google. if we do a side by side blind test comparison, and you end up choosing google, you get an xbox. i'll bet you the xbox, you bet me your son. well let's look up what you need. okay, i would do the left. yeah? what?! i am a daddy! bing wins it! bing won. bing did win. people prefer bing over google for the web's top searches. don't believe it? go to bingiton.com and see what you're missing. [ male announcer ] when we built the cadillac ats from the ground up to be the world's best sport sedan... ♪ ...people noticed. ♪ the all-new cadillac ats -- 2013 north american car of the year. ♪ for a limited
that google hits $700. now we see that next milestone. this is a ringing endorsement of them. google investors definitely having a nice day. disney also hitting a record high today. jpmorgan, as well as, general electric are at annual highs. also, netflix. back to you. connell: sizzling stocks. we will take it. lauren, thank you. if you need a general check up, you can now do it yourself at walmart. there has to be a joke in there, right? it will allow consumers to monitor things like your weight, blood pressure and eyesight. with the rising cost of healthcare, companies backing the idea. this comes as health insurance companies are now offering names like web consultations with doctors. that comes to us from usa today. i have seen a lot worse. dagen: i am sure you have. [talking over each other] dagen: just zipping it. connell: thank you. it is called censorship. dagen: the latest in military technology. u.s. drones are now being sold to arab allies. connell: we will also take a look at some of the winners today over at the nasdaq. staples, facebook. all right. we will be right back. ♪ all
being released ten minutes later. into in the meantime, if you want a pair of those google glasses that people have been spotted wearing around town, they are new glasses that let you search the web and take pictures. google is now opening up the process. you can submit your picks for one. it will still cost you about $1500 a pair. still, pretty cool. literally seeing the future. back to you. >> bertha, i like the buy one get one free approach. you buy two, you get one and give me one free. >> i don't know. you get one of those and walk into a bar, you are going to be the coolest cat on the planet. >> or the nerdiest. >> smart is cool. there you go. >>> today is your last chance to apply for a very unique job with the washington nationals. you can be one of the team's mascots. there they are at mt. rushmore. candidates must be able to run from center field to home plate in 40 seconds while wearing a 45-pound costume. auditions are march 2nd. how about that, keith? >> i can't make it. my physical fitness test would not be able to make it. >>> a song most likely to get stuck in your
>h google's backyard for the bing it on challenge. [fight bell: ding, ding] what's your preferred search engine? search engine, uhh, probably google. if we do a side by side blind test comparison, and you end up choosing google, you get an xbox. i'll bet you the xbox, you bet me your son. well let's look up what you need. okay, i would do the left. yeah? what?! i am a daddy! bing wins it! bing won. bing did win. people prefer bing over google for the web's top searches. don't believe it? go to bingiton.com and see what you're missing. how do you keep an older car running like new? you ask a ford customer. when they tell you that you need your oil changed you got to bring it in. if your tires need to be rotated, you have to get that done as well. jackie, tell me why somebody should bring they're car here to the ford dealership for service instead of any one of those other places out there. they are going to take care of my car because this is where it came from. price is right no problem, they make you feel like you're a family. get a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and much mor
to curing hard-to-treat diseases. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg launched the prize along with google co-founder, sergey brin, arthur levinson and others. they are calling it the largest ever award in the field. professor yamanaka is honored to have been awarded the prize and expressed deep appreciation to his colleagues and family. he also says he would like to accelerate his work to begin clinical trials for ips cells and put them to practical use. >>> when japanese people want to unwind, there's nothing many enjoy more than a hot spring bath with thousands of them all over the country, that's not hard to achieve. hot springs have other uses too. a group of engineers from the steam-rich southern island have developed a new type of power generator. the new system uses both hot water and steam. it can produce enough electricity to supply several households. it has two turbines. the hot water first turns one turbine. the steam turns the other. the hot springs energy is harnessed more efficiently than if the two sources are used separately. japan has abundant geothermal activity because of
reports last week that apple is developing a wearable computer. u.s. search engine giant google has working on a computer that looks like a pair of eyeglasses. competition in the field of wearable computers is expected to further intensify. take a look at the latest market figures. >>> people in southern new zealand are looking back on the day an earthquake destroyed their homes and killed their loved ones. the magnitude 6.3 tremor hit the city of christchurch two years ago. nearly 200 people died, including a number of foreign students. nhk world's takao nakajima shows us how the city is remembering and rebuilding. ♪ >> reporter: this is a park in central christchurch, people have gathered to commemorate two years from the february earthquake. >> as we remember the destructive and terrifying earthquake that struck this city and the surrounding area two years ago today. >> reporter: the quake killed 185 people. nearly two-thirds of them were in this building in the city center. it used to house an english language school. it was damaged far more severely than other structures. inv
to recognize research to treat hard to recognize diseases. mark zuckerberg launched the prize along with google's co founder and apple's chairman arthur levinson. they are calling this the largest ever award in the field. professor yamanaka is honored to have been awarded the prize and expresses deep appreciation to colleagues and family. he would also like to begin clinical trials for ips cells and put them into practical use. >>> many japanese were starting to feel optimistic about the future of the nation's economy with the new prime minister, but prices at the pump are putting a damper on things. ron madison is here with the latest on that. >> it is times like these when i'm glad i don't have a car, but people like you and other drivers are feeling the pinch now because gas prices have been increasing for at least the past two months now. japanese government surveys asked questions of major wholesalers about the higher retail prices of gasoline and kerosene. the agency is concerned about excessive prizes caused by the weaker yen to push-up the cost of natural imports. the energy agency offi
plans to crack down on internet search firm google in the coming months over its controversial privacy policy. google gathers user data across its services, including youtube and jean now, and bars users from opting out. regulators see it as a potential threat to individual privacy. the supreme court is expected to her arguments today in a legal battle between agricultural giant monsanto and a 75-year-old indiana farmer. monsanto accused vernon hugh bowman of infringing on their seed patents after he planted soybeans purchase from a local grain elevator that contained a monsanto gene. in fact, more than 90% of soybeans in indiana reportedly contain the gene, which allows them to survive when sprayed with the company's roundup weed killer. bowman is appealing his case after he was ordered to pay monsanto $84,000. critics have accused monsanto of using their patents to try to monopolize the supply of certain crops. the case could potentially impact patents across multiple industries. funeral services were held in south africa today for reeva steenkamp, the 29-year-old model allegedly sho
] was that at the time i was at google, and for about five years every every time i interacted with anyone externally, the one question they would ask me is, you know, search is wonderful, it's so great to be able to find everything that we can find, it's wonderfully academic, how is anyone ever going to make any money from it. and now that seems almost absurd because search is one of the giant moneymakers, if not the giant moneymaker online. but that said, whenever you see consumers adopting a technology, a platform, you know, a particular application like search with this much volume, you know that advertisers will want to participate in that. and there's usually a way where you can introduce advertising such that it's not intrusive, that it actually adds value to the end user and that it actually enhances the experience, and that's what we need to work on. >> well, we can look backward now and see how that was done with search. everybody gets to play monday morning quarterback and feel smart about it. >> sure. >> can you tell yet what some of the shifts will be in mobile that will allow mobile to
to them you're going to be isolated. you're not going to get the advantages of the internet and google and eric schmidt, the ceo of google was with me who was treated like a rock star there. so what's happening is what the north koreans did was basically send a signal that they're going to continue to be isolated and they're picking weapons of development over economic development and that's unfortunate. >> the white house issued a statement exactly to your point saying we have warned north korea about the damaging consequences, the further isolation that's caused by the failure to live up to international obligation. each time we see one of these nuclear tests, it further isolates the country of north korea. as you well know, even china told them not to go ahead with another test, so i guess what more sanctions do anything? what can the u.n., the international community do? >> well, there has to be a pay back for what north korea just did with this underground nuclear test. yes, more sanctions, but the key is going to be china china really has not done as much as they should in terms
possible something like google hangout there's about 25 folks in new york and 30 people on staff in washington and we have big tvs and both of the conference room and have them connected with google hang out which sounds silly but you can just go into the conference room and that person goes into the conference room and maybe it isn't a face-to-face conversation but it's the next best thing to do we have a culture now what if our reporters were engaging in dialogue in michigan or one in washington with some of the experts he or she talked to with some of the people who were reading it and had a good criticisms of it and there's opportunities there that well well, that work clacks that is the culture of experimentation. i really want to try to see if it makes sense or doesn't. the social media environment is the place we have to go first when we are experimenting with all these things we know is important engaging on twitter and to some extent facebook whether it's reporters, the brand, everybody. islamic the next questioner i haven't seen in a long time to. if you do know she wil
's a good thing, because usually i say update later on my computer. [laughter] jon: well, google is making a self driving car in the lone star state. the car is completely driving itself, thanks to cameras, a mapping system, and a rotating laser attached to the top. the technology is still in its research and development phase. but google hopes five years from now it will be regularly seen on american roads. well, she admits that she killed her lover, but the jury will decide whether she did it in self-defense or in a jealous rage. she is testifying in her own defense today. but that something should say on the stand yesterday help her case? and that's putting folks in an uncomfortable position coming up next for over 75 years people have saved money with...ohhh... ...with geico... ohhh...sorry! director's voice: here we go. from the top. and action for over 75 years people have saved money with gecko so.... director's voice: cut it! ...what...what did i say? gecko? i said gecko? aw... for over 75 year...(laughs. but still trying to keep it contained) director's voice: keep it together. i'
that doesn't belong on the internet in a way. we can all look in now through google earth, and north korea still gets his own country the way we can look at their military sites, even on google earth now. but the associate is that opening up is a bigger threat than not opening up. and standing up as a threat ensuring the outside powers to be if it. we need to reverse this thinking to make it clear that actions, not mere words, make the kim family regime more vulnerable, not impregnable, with provocations. so i've mentioned military and defense measures have a role, and anywhere right now running in the wrong direction with our readiness crisis and our budget crisis. south korean military, park geun-hye's administration love a key opportunity here to strengthen the south korean military role. we can talk about adapting deterrence, about improving readiness across the dmz, the demilitarized zone, the northern limit line, in cyberspace and elsewhere. obviously, incoming national security office chief kim jong sue will have a key role to play from the blue house in terms of courtney a lot of t
with another girl on russian google maps. the street view is creepy. it is creepy. invasive. right? >> i think it's great because when you get to your destination, you know -- well not if you're marina. she was looking up an address using the web site street view feature when she happened across a man who looked like alexander her boyfriend of five years with his arms around a woman that did not look like her. he immediately confessed to everything and then she broke up with him. [ ding ding ] [ applause ] >> those street views aren't instantaneous. that could have been taken awhile ago. >> stephanie: he should have thought about that. oh, that? google notoriously updated. you know how many businesses have been shut down? >> street view isn't the view right that very second. >> stephanie: really? i didn't know that. >> just letting you know and russia know, too. >> stephanie: okay. all right. lots to get to. we've got a sequest errand all of that there stuff. 17 minutes after the hour. we continue on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call stephanie now. she's easy. 1-800-steph-12. bre
. nobody hurt inside the home. >>> texas. google self-driving car making its lone star debut at a transportation forum in austin. the lexus hybrid feature has laser system that maps out roads and creates three dimensional mapping systems to guide the car itself. designers say it could hit the streets in a few years. >>> california. some of elizabeth taylor's jewelry on display to the public the next couple of weeks in beverly hills ahead of the oscars. the collection includes a 7.4 carat emerald that richard burton reportedly gave the late actress. and that's a fox watch across america. >> bill: the former illinois police sergeant convicted of killing his third wife seeking a new trial before his sentencing. in a moment the latest on the drew peterson hearing from today. plus, he stole cars and boats ask planes during a two-year crime spree that landed him in jail. the barefoot bandit is back in the cube. still behind bars, but in trouble yet again. new charges against the bandit in a moment hi. hi. i'm here to pick up some cacti. it should be under stephens. the verizon shar
was at google, and every time i would interact with anyone externally, the one question they would ask me, search is wonderful, it is great to be able to find everything, how is anyone going to make any money from this? now that seems almost absurd, because search is the giant moneymaker online. that said, whenever you see consumers adopting a technology platform, a particular application like search with this much volume, you know that advertisers will want to participate. there's usually a way where you can introduce advertising such that it is not intrusive, that it adds value, that enhances the experience. that's what we need to work on. >> we can look back and see how that was done with search. everybody gets to play monday morning quarterback and feel smart about it. can you tell yet what some of the shifts will be in mobile that will allow mobile to duplicate the success of search as a money maker? it has to make money or else at some point innovation will grind to a halt. >> well, i think people already are. for example, the application stores, a lot of people sell applications. i
and whether it can stay well ahead of the competition. google-plus, twitter, and now even yahoo! with its promising photo app flickr are each trying to slow facebook's momentum. >> mark zuckerberg doesn't lay awake thinking about google-plus. he lays awake thinking about the next instagram. >> reporter: that was just prior to the ipo and partially before zuckerberg took rival instagram off the table, buying it for $1 billion. questioned at the time, most valley insiders see the large price tag as a worthy investment. >> i think it was definitely a smart acquisition. the challenge is, in some sense, they were playing with funny money. the value that the market was giving them for their company was so high that do you give up 1% of your company to a small company that has the chance to take over your entire user base? it's an insurance policy, and the it a small price. >> reporter: the jury is still out on facebook's other moves, such as gifts, the company's entry into e-commerce, as well as smart phone advertising, increasingly seen as the key to facebook's growth. >> on mobile, they're do
, a system that doesn't belong on the internet in a way. we can all look in through google earth and north korea still can't see its own country the way we can look at their military sites even on google earth now. at the assumption is opening up is a bigger threat than not opening up. and standing up is a threat and showing the outside powers to be a threat. we need to reverse this thinking to make it clear that actions not near words make the kim family regime more vulnerable not impregnable with provocations. so i mentioned military and defense measures have a role, unilateral, u.s. forces. right now we're running in the wrong direction with a readiness process -- crisis and a budget crisis. south korean military, park geun-hye's administration while the key opportunity to strengthen the south korean military role. we can talk about adapting deterrence, about improving readiness across the dmz, the northern limit line and cyberspace and elsewhere. obviously,
spice? >> yeah. >> we have this thing called google. i saw an image today of a secret drone base that maybe is flying drones into yes, ma'am minute. i know you want to comment than too. we can get images from virtually any place on the planet. >> back to my point you remember the slice that has to be slole season smaller than it used to be. i'm old enough to remember when we were doing image frs space it was so complicated and so expensive that only two nations could do it and only one could do it really well. now if i'm tired and can't sleep tonight and go home. i can go downstairs and pull up imagery of north korea and watch the missile being stacked there and to a degree of resolution that allows me to tell you how far away they might be. >> that used to be annual owned by you? >> yeah. i'm lookth ging at the audience, there are some old enough to remember the first call four. if you remember general puts a whole corp out here out beyond a ravine and the day before the land war started where are these guys. there is nothing in front of this corp. there is no opposing force. i
child will not know he or she is being monitored. the teenage tracker does more. it accesses google maps to give real time information on the phone's location so if your kid has it on them on your child's location too. while monitoring can be hidden, the app itself must be installed on your child's device. and icon will pop up just like any other app on your phone. plus your kid can turn it off or uninstill it at any time there is back and forth on this a lot of attention for something not even on the market. it may be a thing for the manufacturer. we're reporting on it because of headline, controversy over spying on kids. parents again will decide on this one with their wallets. jenna. jenna: teen tracker, not wife tracker or anything like that, right? >> what are up to, girl? jenna: i don't need, i just been wondering what the limitations are on this. where we go next. >> you're married to a navy seal. he can find you. jenna: he always knows where i am at all times. good point. harris, thank you. jon: well we played a bit of the beginning for you yesterday. jodi arias on trial for her
of north korea who are desperate for more information or salivating, the chairman of google was visiting because they are thinking that the opportunities for their closed system internet. and then there's all the north koreans a sickly, the rest of north korea, most of north korea, where just puncturing the bubble of censure, of censorship that exist in north korea with what north korea really spends on defense, what it spends on its missile programs. i've always equated it to the lesson of development including the local aid budget upon the village schoolhouse door so villagers would know if the village elders were stealing the money. that was intended for the schoolhouse. i think we can through basic information in this age that more and more north koreans know about the human rights record. north korean database that's now a permanent growing database now, five, six years running becomes that kind of record that eventually will be impossible to keep out of north korean hands over a period of time, through various means. those are the kinds of things that can create a reform movement,
, google, eric schmidt, had an enormous impact there. the north koreans loved the idea of an internet, freedom of exchange. and i think this is the new kind of diplomacy that we need around the world. the internet, information. >> what you said was part two of your three-pronged approach there in what you wanted to effect when you got there. were you able to get past government minders and get a view of how the people are living there or get a sense of how the people reacted to these tests? >> well, we did try to get out -- they do try to control you. we had handlers. we stayed at a guesthouse. but we did go into the subway. we did go into an acrobatic show. we did walk around. we went into stores. we went into universities. we did talk to people. so my sense is that kim jong-un does have support from his people for these tests. that was my very short assessment. i wish i'd had more opportunity. we didn't get into the rural areas. but at the same time, alex, we never talked to him. i think it would be very valuable for somebody to get a sense of what his thinking is. he's only 30 year
done this. a couple weeks ago in google hangout he said you don't need an ar-15 after either wake in california with looters and rioters. you don't need a ar-15. bill: you think he is expressing this right way? >> sound like taking his last comment and this one, that you could do more damage and hit more people with a shotgun than ar-15 which some degree undermines their argument we need to get rid of ar fifth teens. bill: told his wife jill, if there is problem, walk out to the balcony and put out that shotgun and fire two blasts at. it leaves the i am fregs if there is a bad guy out there, he will run away. >> i'm not sure, is it legal to stand on your balcony in residential area to fire your shotgun off? i think the white house needs to get with the vice president and clarify these talking points. clearly there is coordinated effort here. you have don't hear two things come on two separate occasions from the vice president and others in the white house unless they sat around they needed to talk up shotguns to talk down assault rifles. i'm not exactly sure what they're thinking.
limited to not more than technically necessary or technically feasible. microsoft and google requests for 28 megahertz of broadband license spectrum and their minimum requirement for some of the lte from the -- megahertz and i'm wondering how you balance the unlicensed spectrum and the license spectrum such as smartphones and also the revenue generated from auctions. what is your take? >> i think both licensed and unlicensed operations are important. i think the fcc has already as i said earlier created the possibility of unlicensed services and i think more and services will be created through the spectrum option but the real reason it was set up of course was to give some revenue to pay for broadcasters to leave the spectrum and somebody's going to have to provide the revenue basically and once again if you are going to build wifi servicee and isn't somebody going to have to spend a lot of money to build out the systems and provide services and they are going to want to be paid for it. that is the reality reality of weather is licensed or unlicensed. yes you go to several wifi spots
that one time mick jagger had to follow tina turner onstage, and only he could have done it. google it. i want to integrate some responses, but i had some other things i wanted to talk about. i would want to say something about where we go from here. from a liberty point of view, are we right now? there has been for a least since about 1995 and because of senator mcconnell, a strategy of just saying no to campaign finance regulation, restrictions. that has worked remarkably well. it is true mccain-feingold passed, but it resulted in a soft money ban. it has had a remarkable effect, but we have to ask, why is it that to just say no had a remarkable effect? part of it is that it fits pretty well with the first amendment. the first amendment says congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech. it has embodied the notion of just saying no to congress and saying consistently across the board, that is our position. it has been successful, as i mentioned earlier in my comments. giving in a little bit of leaves to a set of problems. what i want to ask is, is that the future? is that t
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